The first exhibition to focus on David Hurn’s photographs from the 1960s is opened at Magnum Print Room in London. This show reflects the range of Hurn’s diverse output in just one decade – from celebrity portraits to the British at the seaside, the anti-Vietnam war London protests of 1968 to street scenes of Manhattan.
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